This Millerton farm for sale comes with lots of land, two farmhouse residences, a refurbished barn, and charm to spare…
Just look at this 19th-century dairy barn!
Okay, now that we got that exclamation out of the way, let’s get down to business. Referred to in the listing as “Brook Wood,” this 88-acre property could be the perfect spot for a new owner looking to work a legit farm (another 46.3 acres are available, too). Or, it could be the perfect spot for a fan of 1800s rural architecture. Either way, it’s worth a closer look.
The oldest of the two houses dates back to 1800. Fifty years later, the second house, a Greek Revival, was built. Many original details remain intact, including plank flooring, ceiling beams, and large paned windows.
Need copious amounts of kitchen cabinet space? Perhaps you need to feed the multitudes in the main farmhouse. You’ll find plenty of space to prep and cook, with a farm basin sink, to boot.
Not planning to farm but love old barns? The dairy barn could be utilized for other things, or, it could make an impressive main residence on a property with two guest farmhouses.
Brook Wood is located five minutes from the center of Millerton village’s shops, restaurants, and the local farmers market. Northeast Dutchess County is east of the Hudson River, approximately two hours from NYC.
Ready to embrace this Millerton farm for sale? Find out more about 136 Skunks Misery Road, Millerton here.
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